National Symphony Orchestra: Iván Fischer, Conductor/Mischa Maisky, Cello, Plays Tchaikovsky
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The last date listed for National Symphony Orchestra: Iván Fischer, Conductor/Mischa Maisky, Cello, Plays Tchaikovsky was Friday January 29, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Maestro Christopher Eschenbach and the National Symphony Orchestra pay tribute to composer Richard Strauss with a performance of his 1888 tone poem Don Juan, as well as excerpts from the modernist operas, 1908's Elektra and 1905's hit Salome, based on Oscar Wilde's play. Making her NSO debut is Swedish soprano Iréne Theorin, who impressed critics and audiences alike with her roles in Wagner at the Met. Bass-baritone John Relyea's also appeared at the Met, along with the San Francisco, Seattle, Paris and Munich State Operas, among others. Learn More
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NSO Principal Conductor Iván Fischer leads Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations and Lensky's Aria featuring cellist Mischa Maisky, whose performances are marked by "sentiment and dancing energy" (The New York Times).
AfterWords: Thu., Jan. 28 performance is followed by a free discussion with Iván Fischer, Mischa Maisky, and Nigel Boon.
BERNSTEIN - On The Town - Three Dance Episodes
TCHAIKOVSKY - Lensky's Aria (arranged for cello & orchestra)
TCHAIKOVSKY - Rococo Variations
DVORÁK - Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88
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